Last weekend the farm was host to Daylesford’s harvest festival – our annual celebration of organic farming, food and craft.
I have always believed in the importance of knowing where our food comes from and I am very proud of the farm-to-fork transparency of our food at Daylesford.
India is a country that pulls me back time and time again. Full of colour and energy it never fails to inspire me and I always leave feeling revived and reset.
This autumn our environmental scientist Tim Field will be leading a series of foraging courses at the cookery school, which will celebrate all that our hedgerows and woodlands have to offer.
Tim Allen will be joining The Wild Rabbit as Executive Chef from the beginning of October 2015.
Celeriac and apples are harvested at the same time in autumn and they make a classic combination.
My daughter-in-law, Leonora, has recently launched a great new series of video blogs focusing on healthy, easy, family recipes.
Last week we celebrated the opening of our new Bamford store on South Audley Street with a special ladies lunch at Harry’s Bar.
Nature is at the heart of all that we do at Bamford and our skincare range is no exception.
Harvest wreaths can be dated back to ancient European times where they were a creation of harvested and foraged berries, fruits and grasses, all woven together to produce a wreath celebrating the harvest.
Bamford’s Autumn/Winter 2015 collection is now in store and our beautiful new journal has just arrived.
Daylesford Harvest Festival
It seems that Autumn is now on its way, bringing with it a new crop of seasonal produce, including green cobnuts, crisp apples, juicy blackberries and new season honey harvested from hives on the estate.
This month you can watch Kuttiya cooking some of his favourite dishes at our Chef’s Table event, which is being held at the Cookery School on Friday 25th September.
Meet some of Daylesford’s star producers at our Meet the Makers sessions from 23-25 September at Selfridges’s Food Hall.
Chatsworth is one of Europe’s greatest private houses and somewhere that I love to visit, as much for the gardens as the house.
White is a colour that has always inspired me and is a common thread across all of our brands.
Each season we strive to make a modern wardrobe of easy pieces, celebrating the best of craftsmanship, tradition and natural fabrics.
This is a vegetarian alternative to Shepherd’s Pie, which is perfect for Autumn.
Harvest has now officially launched in our farm shops and the stores are full of autumnal produce from the market garden.
The wine harvest is now underway at Leoube and it looks like it is going to be a fantastic year, with the hot summer producing grapes that are full of flavour.
The UK’s leading investigative journalist Joanna Blythman shares an extract from her must-read latest book Swallow This.
I am so excited about the launch of our Bamford Skincare range. Developed with therapists for treatments at the Bamford Haybarn spa.
This month sees the return of Organic September – an annual initiative launched by the Soil Association to celebrate all things organic.
Jamie Oliver has declared war on sugar and it’s a campaign that I wholeheartedly support. Here at Daylesford we promote healthy eating, real food with low or no sugar content and always truthful labelling on all our products. Sadly, the same cannot be said for the majority of other food companies.
A good chutney is about the balance of sweet and sour flavours; this one is a lovely accompaniment with cheese, terrines and roast pork.
There are times in our lives when we all need some support and guidance to help us find the way forward.